Posted by John on December 20, 2011

Sony tablets get PS3 DualShock support

Sony’s added DualShock 3 support to its PlayStation-certified tablet, Tablet S.

Click to view larger image The latest update for the Sony device allows users to connect PS3 controllers via USB for synching purposes, and from then on use them wirelessly to play 32-bit classics such as Crash Bandicoot.


The update’s available now in Japan and the platform holder is also gifting its tablet owners with a free download; an Ape Escape mini-game collection.

Unfortunately Sony’s clamshell tablet, the Tablet P, hasn’t received the DualShock update, reports Engadget.

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